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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes East Quantoxhead

    214 The charity was said c . 1824 to have been augmented by a gift of £5 by a Mr. Pugsley at 'some distant period'. 215 William Hawkes (d. 1792) gave £100 and John Feltham (d. 1816) a similar sum.

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    45 Geo., 46 Jane, 189 fam., 46 Pruz : Alice le, 152-3 Wm. le, 152 Pudsey , Sir Ric., 193 Pugsley : Edm., 129 n Mr., 129 Puldon , Ric., rector of East Quantoxhead , 127 Pulman : John, 163

  • * British History Online *

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    America and West Indies, September 1730, 11-20, 01 September 1730-30 September 1730

    by William Pugsley of London and others, owners of the Loyal galley, W. Pugsley master, taken by a Spanish privateer in the Mediterranean on a voyage from Newfoundland, via London, with fish. Signed and sworn by, William Pugsley. Endorsed, Recd.

    Index, P, 01 January 1730-31 December 1730

    letter from, 415. -, scheme of, 415, 442. Pudee River , township on, proposed, 96. Pugh , Theophilus, Va., 375. Pugsley , William, bill of sale of Loyal galley to, 448 I. -,-, memorial of, 448, 448 II. Pulteney ,

    Index, M-Z, 01 January 1729-31 December 1734

    207 8, 259, 353. Provost , William, Councillor for New York, 335. -, -, appointed to New Jersey Council, 347. Pugsley , William, 166. Pulteney , Daniel, letters from, 93, 123. -, -, letter to, 120. Purry , Colonel, attends

    Index, L - R

    " , Richard, 65 " , see Priour Psalm Books , 206 Puddon , James, 236 Pudsey , Michael, 277 Pugsley , Agnes, 187 " , John, 187 Pulberrie , Abraham, 196 " , Joan, 196 Pulham , George, 153

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    named eit, wes between the 'lhafts. at the fron- of the barrow, acd the other ness, Pugslcy, was puisling lichand. Pugsley noticed all engrinle approaclnug, usd callel to Keat no)t to proceed; but the latter d(1 nut hear tie alarm, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    James, stoker; Pearce, John, wardroem coek; Palmer, Joseph, bombadier IbM.Dr. Pratten, Frank, gunner RM.; Powell, IV. T., private B.M. ; Pugsley, John, colour-sergeant IBM.; Quilsem, - George (C), A.B. ; Rudd, .Frederick, cooper; Robinson, Richard, steward's assistant; Ryder, George, stoker,; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Pratt (re-elected fifth time). if NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYM.-M!r. Jas. Higseon - y NEWPORT (ISLF OF WIonT).-Mr. J. George, jun, c NIEWPORT (owl.).-llr. Pugsley. OxFoiDn-Alderman 0. Underhill. F PENZANCI.-Alderman R. H. Preston, a PsrcERBOROUGsr.-Mr. P. L. Barrett. g PLYMOUoTIs-Mir. H. J. Waring. x Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Five pounds had been taken out of the bank on the l9th, and a like sum on October 26.-Detec- tive-sergeant Pugsley (D division) said he arrested the pri- soner at Swaffham, Norfolk, on Thursday. In reply to the charge he Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    pending the ixo the dispute are Messrs. Russell, Small- ' Ctet tiob-ns, Aston Street: Grant, Dordesley: 1i, (Carmclen Street; and Pugsley, Small Heath: -on MIr- Norton, WVrottesley Street, a ': , .ie iOfacturcr outside the association, has s,;l o Isimoilar Subscribers-only content

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